Originally Posted by Murphy1
I took a class from Rami Kim on weaving fabric to make tumbling blocks. I sadly forgot to take pictures of two as they hurriedly were finished wrapped and given as gifts. These are three I made for my sister. She loves purple as you might suspect. One became a pillow, another a large trivet with Insulbrite and batting and the small one, my first, is just a little mug rug.
Hi..Merry Christmas everyone . I am looking for a fat quarter of Coca-Cola fabric. Anyone know where I can get some?
I was given this quilt http://prntscr.com/2dnadz
It's suppose to be 100 yrs old then looked close at the right angle and light http://prntscr.com/2dnaoj
tell me what you think
Updated 12-24-2013 at 12:17 PM by persistent
Originally Posted by leatheflea
Eleanor burns made a video for this quilt
Hello, I am a newbie here, and I had seen and older post with the picture of the pattern for the Amish Dalia or Golden Glow quilt pattern...it goes by many names, and its a star with a flower and petals in the center... I did see a website with a pattern for it, but It looked different than the pattern I seen a lady post here...She had a page from a 1932 magazine with the pattern pieces on the page...I would love to have that exact pattern if anyone knows where I could get it... Thank you so much!
Someone was asking for a Hawaiian Poinsettia block and of course, wouldn't you know it, one was just sent to me.
Here is the Download.
Let me know if this doesn't come through. It really is awesome and I am sorry I don't recall who was asking me for it.
I tried to post a quick reply and would not let me. Stated I needed to be logged in which I looked and saw I was logged in. Wtheck. This has happened a few times. Not sure what was going on. Anyone else have this happen?
Originally Posted by Hartllk
Finished this just yesterday. Nothing like being "just in time!" The pattern is "Spring into Christmas" by Marcia Harmening.
Originally Posted by tate_elliott
The last quilt I made was a Diamond Patch and I liked it so much I decided to do another. These go together pretty quickly. This one was just over twelve hours (not all on the same day). It's going to be a Christmas present for a couple I recently met who are having a child in March.
Hey Quilters, I’m new to the Quilting Board…first time blog … I’ll try not to mess up. I’m looking for a Quilting Retreats in the south.( Alabama, Miss or Louisiana) Would like the retreat to have quilting classes maybe a lazy setting with leisure time to meet other quilters and enjoy the local sites. You guys have any ideas?
Any help would be appreciated….Thanks k